What Did I Read During My Vacation 2016?

What Did I Read During My Vacation 2016?

Hello everyone!

So I thought you all would want to know what, and how much I read during my vacation. I can tell you, thanks to the so-so weather, I was able to read a whole mountain of books. Not only my own books, but also books from bookstores (either bought from a bookstore during my vacation, or while I was browsing a bookstore), Kinderboekenhuis, and a few on my ereader/phone. I am quite sad that my library books didn’t turn out to be such a hit. Most were pretty boring, or I just couldn’t get into them. But I read most of my own books.

Before I post pictures (and under that a list of books I also read, but don’t have pictures of, but I still want to let you all know what I read. I will also post where I read them/where I got them from), I first want to tell you how many I read, how many days my vacation was, how many pages, and what the average page and books a day was. I sure love those little statistics, and I know other bookworms do as well.

So hereby. drum roll I was on vacation for 19 days, and in those 19 days I read 62 books. Which means I read 3.26 books a day. My total page count was: 10.452 pages, which means an average of 168,5 pages per book. I am really really proud of what I managed to read. Yes, some were easy books (picture books/children’s books under 100 pages), but I am a bookworm, and every books counts for me. I don’t mind how big, or small, a book is. As long as I can read it. 😀

It is also a record for me, the past years (I have been counting since 2012) I read the following number (starting with 2012 and ending with this year): 31, 17, 27, 24, 62. You can clearly see if a vacation had good weather or not just by looking at the numbers.

On the pictures, if the book has a crown, it means I read it. No crown = not read, or tried and dropped very early on.

pictures

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Read during my vacation, not on pictures.

In bookstores (and one at a camping store, no, don’t even ask :P):
Kroepoek en saté by Liselotte Schippers, Monique van den Hout
Lodewijk I: koning der schapen by Olivier Tallec
Pas op, opa! by Vivian den Hollander, Saskia Halfmouw
En nog een konijn by Margaret Wise Brown

In the library (yes, I even visited the nearby library once):
Mijn oma is opeens heel anders by Sibylle Rieckhoff, Jürgen Rieckhoff

Bought during my vacation and read:
Pak die puppy! by Mathew Price, Gin Leng
Waar komt hagelslag vandaan? by INL, Genootschap Onze Taal
Middle School: How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, and Snake Hill by James Patterson, Chris Tebbetts
Tot de dood ons scheidt by Eva Burgers
De strijd om de macht by Eva Burgers
Ontsnapt uit de Dode Hoek by Paul van Loon
Foeksia en het Beestenfeest by Paul van Loon, Saskia Halfmouw

Read on my phone/ereader:
The Curse of the Cairo Cat by Dan Metcalf
Planet of the Lawn Gnomes by R.L. Stine
Monster High Diaries: Frankie Stein and the New Ghoul at School by Nessi Monstrata
Trouble at Trident Academy by Debbie Dadey, Tatevik Avakyan
Ask Me How I Got Here by Christine Heppermann
Fairy School Dropout by Meredith Badger
The Royal Babysitters by Clémentine Beauvais, Becka Moor
Fenway and Hattie by Victoria J. Coe

Kinderboekenhuis:
Het December Geheim by Patricia Reilly Giff
Groningen in vuur en puin by Unknown
De meester wil vliegen by Lian de Kat
Bakkertje Deeg op luilakmorgen by Joop van den Haak
Een geheim konijn by Jacques Vriens, Ivo de Weerd
Ga jij maar op de gang! by Jacques Vriens
De klas van beer Bas by Nannie Kuiper, Francien Westering
Prins Assepoets by Babette Cole
Koning Alles Anders by Babette Cole
Margrietje en de babysitter by Tony Bradman, Priscilla Lamont
Lotje: Mark en Makkie by Jaap ter Haar
Witte Pietje by Mies Bouwman, Petr Horácek

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